The Estonian parliament in a Wednesday resolution condemned Russia's attempts to burden Poland with co-responsibility for the outbreak of World War Two. The Russian ambassador to Estonia has called the resolution "blasphemous."
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday that "the current Russian authorities have been trying to rebuild the Stalinist-era version of history." Morawiecki said this in Prague where he was attending a Visegrad Group meeting with the Austrian chancellor.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's Saturday statements about the outbreak of World War Two resemble Stalinist-era propaganda, the Polish Foreign Ministry wrote in a Saturday statement.
The Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) has hit out at Russian claims to prevent a “falsification of history” by saying that documents released by Moscow “at best proves the incompetence of the authors of the site, and at worst – their desire to manipulate history”.
The Polish Operation orchestrated by NKVD monster Nikolai Yezhov was the largest killing of Poles in history outside of any armed conflict.
In the heart of the city nestles a cluster of Finnish houses that hold a beguiling past and an uncertain future.
From the outside the palace is as large as it is divisive, but in the tunnels beneath it lies a fascinating mix of the historical and the bizarre.
Poland was now in a war it had no possibility of winning, trapped between two behemoths. Its forces were overwhelmed by the mechanized modern German army, and Poland had nothing left with which to fight the Soviets, it’s 1,400 km border only being defended by poorly armed border guards.
Fleeing Stalin’s terror, Maria eventually arrived in Iran, a land which she said was blessed with proper beds and good and plentiful food, two of life’s essentials denied to her by Stalin’s regime.